Discovering

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Harvard University Press, 1989 - Science - 501 pages
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Examines the processes of scientific creativity and discovery, and proposes a model of scientific development

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An exploration of the core of scientific discovery unveiled in a fictional six day colloquium between six characters. Using dialectice to teach the science of science, telling the story of history. A ... Read full review

Contents

Toward a Science of Science
1
The Problem of Problems
27
Planning or Chance?
73
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Root-Bernstein is a professor of physiology at Michigan State University and the winner of a MacArthur fellowship.

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